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Guidelines for Submitting Images

  • They have to be cropped.
    Eliminate unnecessary portions of the image so only the miniature(s) are in the picture. This is to insure that people don't take a snap of their entire desk, leaving viewers confused as to what they really are looking at.
  • They must not be blurry or grainy.
    If the model is out of focus, there is no point in looking at it, as the viewers can't make out any details, or the hard labour you put into the paintjob. The grainy part typically comes from taking images with a phone-cam or other such low-res cameras.
  • They must be adequately lighted.
    If the image is too dark, you won't be able to see anything, hence, making the image useless for viewing.
  • The miniature(s) must be painted.
    A notable exception to this is conversions, or WIP (Work In Progress) shots. A standard Tallarn Desert Raider in shining metal, or a Falcon Grav Tank primed black won't cut it.
  • They must be yours.
    Dont take credit for others work, DO NOT upload pictures that are NOT yours. Doing this can in worst case lead to a permanent ban and in best case you will receive a 80% warning with 6 month expiration.

Please do not send PM's to any mods or admins as a notification of your upload. Pictures will be validated as soon as possible. Be patient :)

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